Reader: Walker, Alice

Accession Number - 402

Date: 10/02/80
Length: 60 minutes
Tape Quality: good
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: African American
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: Walker talks about the work of Zora Neale Hurston. Hurston, who collected folklore, represented the "positive side of black experience when `tragically colored' was in vogue." Walker discusses African-American storytelling with her own selections and Hurston's collections of folklore.

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